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2018, Vol.3, No.1

  • 1.

    Element to Change the Bonding Structures of SnO2 Thin Films

    Oh teresa | 2018, 3(1) | pp.1~5 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    SnO2 films were annealed in a vaccum atmosphere conditions to research the temperature dependency of current-voltage characteristics in according to the bonding structures. The SnO2 film annealed in a vacuum became an amorphous structure but films annealed in an atmosphere condition had a crystal structure. The defects or depletion layer were formed by the electron-hole combination after annealing processes, and the electrical properties were changed depending on the crystal structure, binding energy and the variation of carriers. SnO2 became more crystal-structural with increasing the annealing temperature, and the current increased at SnO2 film annealed at 150 ℃ with Schottky current.
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    The influence of the Recognition for Software Education on the Recognition for Physical Computing Education

    Bae, Yoo Jin | 2018, 3(1) | pp.7~12 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study analyzed the effect of the recognition for software education of middle school students who living in Seoul on the recognition for physical computing education. The result of this study are as follows: First, the recognition for software education has a significant effect on the recognition for physical computing education (p<.001, β=.569), specifically the comprehension of software education positively affected the comprehension of physical computing education in software education. Second, this study found that there was differences in the comprehension of physical computing education between middle students at school in Seoul and outside of Seoul. The purpose of this study is to suggest for academic implications effective physical computing education by analyzing the influence of the recognition for software education on the recognition for physical computing education.
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    A study on the effect of organizational culture recognized by organizational members of public organizations on learning organization and organizational performance

    Kim Moon Jun | 2018, 3(1) | pp.13~31 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of organizational culture on organization and organizational performance, and it was targeting for 350 public officials (local governments, foundation under local governments, public corporation) who research work and consulting were implemented for. When it comes to the response to questionnaires, 313 copies out of 350 were verified on the research hypothesis of the research model by using statistical package programs of SPSS 20.0 and AMOS 20.0. Results of the research hypothesis on research model show that firstly, regarding the research hypothesis 1 that the organizational culture of public organization will have a positive (+) significant effect on learning organization, the organizational culture recognized by the organizational members of public organizations showed a positive influence on the learning organization. In other words, it showed that the organizational culture recognized by the organization members of public organizations is a major factor in building a learning organization. Secondly, regarding the research hypothesis 2, the result of the relationship between organizational culture and organizational performance, that the organizational culture recognized by the organizational members of the public sector showed a positive influence and it implies the importance of recognizing and transforming the organizational culture of public organizations to improve organizational performance of public organizations. Thirdly, regarding the research hypothesis 3, the organizational culture recognized by the organizational members of public organizations showed an influence on organizational performance and also showed apositive(+) influence on organizational performance through learning organization. As the organizational culture recognized by the organization members in the public sectoris influencing the organizational performance through the learning organization, various implementation plans are required to improve organizational culture, improving learning organization, and improving organizational performance in accordance with the characteristics of public organizations.
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    The Effect of Middle Leader Impersonal Behavior of SMEs on the Counterproductive Work Behaviors of Organization Member -Focused on the Trickle down Effect and Moderating Effect of POS-

    배성필 | 2018, 3(1) | pp.33~42 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study examined the effect of behavior on leader' s impersonal behavior and organizational members 'semi - productive task and the moderating effect of organizational support perception. As a result of conducting a questionnaire survey on SMEs of auto parts industry in Chungnam, Sejong, and Daejeon, the non-personality behaviors of the top leaders had a significant effect on the non-personality behaviors of the middle leaders (p <.001, β = .910). The results of this study are as follows. First, the relationship between the leader and the supervisor was significantly influenced by the non-personality behaviors. In addition, higher leaders have a moderating effect on negative behaviors and semi-productive task behaviors toward the organization of members. The control effect of semi - productive task behavior was confirmed. The results of this study provide suggestions for reducing economic loss and social loss due to semi-productive task behavior of organizational members by revealing the phenomenon of non-personality behavior of middle leader to non-personality behavior of upper leader.
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    A Study on Activation in Win-Win Cooperation Quality Circle Innovation Activities

    Ahn, Hyo Beom | 2018, 3(1) | pp.43~48 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is focusing on activating and developing the right model of win-win partnership innovative activity for the purpose of win-win relationship among companies. These are the following studies that are conducted for that objective. First, This study systematically analyzes the best cases of the win-win partnership focusing on the proceedings of the companies participating in the field of win-win Partnership at the national quality-circle contest for the last three years(2014~2016). This study reveals the underlying problems of win-win partnership innovative activity and draws the conclusion in the way of improvement about the win-win partnership innovative activity. Second, This study suggests the efficient method of the function and improvement of a system for activating win-win partnership innovative activity by analyzing screening criterion and selecting excellent cases in the field of win-win Partnership at the national quality-circle contest in 2017. Third, This study suggests the method of strengthening the system of sharing result for invigorating and motivating the win-win partnership innovative activity. It is expected that this methodology for reinforcing the system of Win-win Partnership among companies will help to create the environment where a sound and new corporate culture can be settled. And It is also expected that this study can contribute to attaining the goal of growing together through enhancing the competitiveness, productivity and quality among Win-win Cooperation companies.
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    A Study on the Deepening Through Cultural Contents Development : Focused on (Imwon-kyungje) of Suwoo-gu

    Min Byeong-hyun | 2018, 3(1) | pp.49~60 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Cultural content is also the result of 'creation', but it is also the 'process' of understanding creation, practice, and difference. Therefore, content should be selected as high-quality content that fills the contents of fusion and knowledge, while it is popular. Confucius, the founder of East Asian humanism, influenced the philosophy of food and shelter, and the dietary life in the late Joseon period. Confucius influenced not only Confucian scholars but also the food hall of the Joseon Dynasty. “mwon-kyungje” Jeongjo-ji is an encyclopedia of food and cuisine, which consists of four volumes of seven chapters and deals with ingredients, recipes and benefits of foods and the relevant taboos. Here the author compiled more than a thousand recipes not just for meat and vegetable dishes but for various kinds of beverage such as soft and boiled drink, for confectionery sweets such as honey cookies and sugar candies, and even for wine and liquor "mwon-kyungje" As he lived to the age of 72, he looked back at his life and said that he should be careful about what to do and how to do well. The food culture of Confucius has been recorded in the daily life of the Josin period and is influenced by Suwon Seo-gu, "mwon-kyungje".
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    A Study on the Actual conditions and Solutions of the Multicultural Family Problems in Terms of Social Issues

    Kim, Hyun Mi | 2018, 3(1) | pp.61~72 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study is to find out solutions to the problems of multicultural families which are becoming social problems. The results of this study are as follows : First, it is necessary to change government and public perception about multicultural families and society. Second, it is necessary to consider expanding and operating a counseling center for the support of multicultural families' human rights violations, labor issues, and life problems. Third, the efforts of related organizations and organizations including the government to diversify contents, subjects and programs of multicultural education are needed. Fourth, there is a need for a separate district development such as multicultural special zones.
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    A Study on the Social Phenomena of the Ming Dynasty from the Description of Characters’ images in the Work of "Piao Hai Lu"

    Changwon Choi | 2018, 3(1) | pp.73~77 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This paper written by Choi Bu based on “Piaohailu”. This book consists of 3 volumes and it is his travelogue; Choi Bu has departed from Jeju Island to Naju, Jeolla province in the end of 1487, but it drifted on his way, so arrived to Zhejiang Province, China(Mid-Ming Dynasty) in early 1488. In this place, he interrogated with a reason for Japan pirates, but he released soon. And his waterway journey from Hangzhou to Beijing, he had received the award in Beijing which is the grace of the Emperor;and his land route journey from Beijing through Liaodong to Uiju, Pingan Province. Afterwards, this book had been translated in Japanese, English etc; and it had been awarded an alias of 'Chaoxian's Marco Polo'.From the description of the characters in the Mid-Ming Dynasty in the work of Pyohae-rok, the essay makes a study on the knowledge of ancient Korean scholars to China, and looks at the different social and political aspects and characteristics of the Ming Dynasty from the eyes of Korean scholars. It summarizes that when we face history squarely, it is important to refer to and draw on the foreign works recorded by ancient Korean scholars.